Judson Everitt’s (@everjudson) review of “Between Teaching and Caring in the Preschool Teaching” by John Pruit https://doi.org/10.1002/symb.487 #sssi

We have just published Judson Everitt’s review “Emotions, Interactions, and Institutions in Preschool Teaching” of John Pruit’s book “Between Teaching and Caring in the Preschool” on Eary View of Symbolic Interaction. Everitt argues that Pruit’s book makes an important contribution to our understanding of identity construction in the symbolic interactionist tradition. The book would serve as valuable reading for courses in the sociology of education, sociology of childhood, or self and society. Moreover, it is a wonderful analysis of preschool teaching that showcases exactly how and why face-to-face interaction matters so profoundly in education.

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